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Attitudes towards women-owned tourism businesses in Ayampe, Ecuador. (2013). Beedle, J., Kline, C., Cardenas, D., Byrd, E. & Schneider, P. Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change(In press).
Visitor awareness of local issues at emerging destinations: experiences gleaned from a study abroad course in Ghana. (2013). Kline, C., Johnson, L., & Boone, K. Tourism Review International. (In press).
Homeowners’ Attitudes toward Tourism in a Mountain Resort Community: A Comparison of Seasonal and Permanent Property Owners. (2013). Tourism Geographies. Hao, H., Alderman, D. & Long, P. (In press).
SAVE Tourism in the Polar Region: A Research Exploration. (2013). Swanson, J. & Kline, C. [book chapter] in (eds.) H. Lemelin, P. Maher and D. Liggett How Tourism is Changing the Polar Regions. Centre for Northern Studies Press, Lakehead University (Thunder Bay, Canada). (In press).
Comparing Fulltime Resident and Second Home Property Owners’ Perceptions on Sustainable Tourism: A Case in a Coastal Resort Community. (2013). Hao , H., Long, P., and Hoggard, W. Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure, and Events.(In press).
Food and Tourism: A research approach to value chain management [book chapter]. Kline, C., Knollenburg, W., & Deale, C. Managing Ethical Consumption in Tourism. Taylor & Francis. (In press).
A Spatial Analysis of Tourism, Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurial Ecosystems in North Carolina, U.S.A.(2013). Kline, C., Hao, H., Alderman, D., Kleckley, J. & Gray, S. Tourism Planning & Development (In press).
Applying the Positive Theory of Social Entrepreneurship to Understand Food Entrepreneurs and Their Operations. (2013). Kline, C., Shah, N. & Rubright, H. Tourism Planning & Development (In press).
Moving beyond positivism: Reflexive collaboration in understanding agritourism across North American boundaries.(2013).Ainley, S., & Kline, C. Current Issues in Tourism. (In press).
Exploring the Effects of Festivals and Events on Community Capitals. Kline, C. & Oliver, J. [book chapter] in (eds.) T. Pernecky and O. Moufakkir. Social and Cultural Aspects of Events. CABI.
Have Fork Will Travel. (2013). Berno, T. & Kline, C. Book chapter in Have Fork - Will Travel: Culinary Tourism Development guidebook. (In press).
Resident Perceptions of Tourism in Carriacou. (2013). Tomas, S. & Kline, C. Book chapter in Spices and Tourism: Destinations, Attractions and Cuisines. (In press).
Attitudes of Property Owners to Climate Change Considerations and Their Effects on Future Property Values in Coastal Communities. (2012). Hao, H., Long, P. and Curtis, S. Journal of Risk Analysis and Crisis Response, Vol. 2 (4), pp 285-291.
Rural Tourism and Second Home Development: The Case of Colorado. Handbook of Tourism and Quality of Life Research. (2012). Long, P., Ireland, M., Alderman, D. and Hao, H. Springer Publishers & International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies, pp. 607-633.
Home Away From Home: A Research Agenda for Examining the Resort Community Second Home Industry in Colorado. (2012). Long, P., Perdue, R. and Venturoni, L. The Routledge Handbook of Tourism Research. Rutledge Taylor and Francis Group), pp 145-156.
Tourism, Non-Profit Organizations, and Environmental Attitudes and Behaviors: A Pilot Study of Perceptions of Residents of a River Basin. (2012). Deale, C., Barber, N., Murray, A. and Cashion, M. Consortium Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, 17:47-65.
Sustaining Ecotourism: The Condor Lodge Conservation Project. (2012). Urias, D. and Edgell, D. Asian Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Research, 36(1).
Transforming Mount Airy into Mayberry: Film-Induced Tourism as Place-Making. (2012). Alderman, D., Benjamin, S., and Schneider, P. Southeastern Geographer, 52(2): 212-239.
The Andy Griffith Show: Mayberry as Working Class Utopia and Dystopia. (2012). Book Chapter in Blue Collar Pop Culture, Praeger (edited by M. Keith Booker). Alderman, D., Moreau, T., and Benjamin, S.
Using Ecological Systems Theory and Density of Acquaintance to Explore Resident Perception of Entrepreneurial Climate. (2012). Kline, C., McGehee, N., Paterson, S. & Tsao, J. Journal of Travel Research. 52(3): 294 - 309.
Factors Predicting Homeowners' Attitudes towards Tourism: A Case of a Coastal Resort Communit>. (2012). Hao, H., Long, P. and Kleckley, J. Journal of Travel Research.
Modeling Tourist and Community Decision-making> (2012). Kask, S., Kline, C., & Lamoureux, K. Annals of Tourism Research.
Legitimacy, Preservation Exchange Relationships and the Dissolution of the Mobilization for Global Justice Coalition (2011). Gillham, P. and Edwards, B. Social Problems, 58(3), 433-460.
Modeling Tourist and Community Decision-making (2011).Kask, S., Kline, C., & Lamoureux, K. Annals of Tourism Research, 38, pp. 1387-1409.
Factors Affecting Tourism Entrepreneurship in the North Carolina Mountain. (2011). Kline, C., Swanson, J. Milburn, L.A. Journal of Tourism Challenges and Trends, 4(1): 77-102.
Investigating Best Practices for Rural Tourism Development (2011). Edgell, D. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism. Vol. 9 Number 2, pp.1-15.
Funding Sustainable Paddle Trail Development: Paddler Perspectives, Willingness to Pay and Management Implication. (2011). Kline, C., Cardenas, D., Duffy, L. & Swanson, J. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 20(2), 235-256.
Climate, Weather, and Tourism: Issues and Opportunitie. (2011). Curtis, S., Long P. & Arrigo, J. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, March, pp 361-363.
Tour Guides as Creators of Empathy: The Role of Affective Inequality in Marginalizing the Enslaved at Plantation House Museums> (2011). Modlin, E. Jr., Alderman, D. and Gentry, G. Tourist Studies, 11(1): 3-19.
Factors Predicting Homeowners’ Attitudes towards Tourism: A Case of a Coastal Resort Community> (2011). Hao, H., Long, P. and Kleckley, J. Journal of Travel Research, Vol. 50(6), pp 627-640.
Mapping NASCAR Valley: Charlotte as Knowledge Community> (2011). Mitchelson, R. and Alderman, D. Southeastern Geographer 50(1): 31-48.
Rural Tourism and Second Home Development: The Case of Colorado> (2011). Long, P., Ireland, M., Alderman, D. and Hao, H. Handbook of Tourism and Quality of Life Research. Springer Publishers & International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies.
Tour Guides as Creators of Empathy: The Role of Affective Inequality in Marginalizing the Enslaved at Plantation House Museum. (2011). Modlin, E. A. Jr., Alderman, D., and Gentry, G.W. Tourist Studies./li>
Southern Hospitality and the Politics of African American Belonging: An Analysis of Photographs in North Carolina Tourism Brochure. (2011). Alderman, D. and E. A. Modlin, Jr. Journal of Cultural Geography.
The Andy Griffith Show: Mayberry as Working Class Utopia and Dystopia(2011).Alderman, D., Moreau, T., and Benjamin, S. Book Chapter in Blue Collar Pop Culture, Praeger (edited by M. Keith Booker).
Climate, weather, and tourism: Issues and opportunities (2011). Curtis, S., Long, P., & Arrigo, J. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, March, pp 361-363.
Home Away From Home: A Research Agenda For Examining the Resort Community Second Home Industry in Colorad (2011). Long, P., Perdue, R. and Venturoni, L. Handbook of Tourism Research.Rutledge Press (Taylor and Francis Group).
An Appraisal of Stock Car Racing's Economic and Geographic Development in North America: NASCAR as Flexible Accumulation (2010). Edwards, M., Alderman, D., & Estes, S. International Journal of Sport Management and Marketing 8(1/2): 160-179.
Beyond ecotourism: The environmentally responsible tourist in the general travel experience> (2010). Dolnicar, S., & Long, P. Tourism Analysis, 14(4), 503–514.
Entrepreneurial Climate and Rural Tourism Development: A Review of the Literature (2010).Kline, C. S. & Milburn, L.Annals of Leisure Research, 13 (1&2), 320-348.
Red Dust and Dynamometers: Charlotte as Memory and Knowledge Community in NASCAR (2010).Mitchelson, R. & Alderman, D. Book chapter in Charlotte, NC: The Global Evolution of a New South City, (pp. 50-86). Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press.
Residents' perceptions of casino impacts: A comparative stud. (2010). Lee, C.-K., Kang, S. K., Long, P., & Reisinger, Y. Tourism Management, 31(2), 189–201.
Tourists' Climate Perceptions: A Survey of Preferences and Sensitivities in North Carolina's Outer Banks (2010). Covington, R., Arrigo, J., Curtis, S., Long, P., & Alderman, D. The North Carolina Geographer, Vol. 17, pp. 38-53.
The Beginning of the End (2010).Milburn, L., Mully, S., & Kline, C. Journal of Extension,48(6).
Tourism Analysis> (2010). Dolnicar, S. and Long, P. Beyond Ecotourism: The Environmentally Responsible Tourist in the General Travel Experience, Vol. 14 pp. 503-513.
The Economic Impact of Rural Festivals and Special Events: Assessing the Spatial Distribution of Expenditure (1990; 2010). Long, P. and Perdue, P. Journal of Travel Research, 28 (4): 10-14. Reprint in Event Tourism: Critical Concepts in Tourism by Stephen Page and Joanne Connell.
Descriptive study of sustainability education in the hospitality curriculum> (2009). Deale, C., Nichols, J., & Jacques, P. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Education, 21(4), 34–42.
Symbolic excavation and the artifact politics of remembering slavery in the American South: Observations from Walterboro, South Carolin. (2008). Alderman, D., & Campbell, R. Southeastern Geographer, 48(3), 338–355.
The (in)visibility of African Americans in North Carolina travel brochures: On the importance of socially responsible tourism marketing. (2008). Alderman, D., & Modlin, A., Jr. Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 25(3–4).
Environmental-friendly tourists: What do we really know about them> (2008). Dolnicar, S., Crouch, G., & Long, P. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 16(2), 197–210.
Resident perception of the impact of limited-stakes community-based casino gaming in mature gaming communities> (2008). Kang, S., Lee, C., Yoon, Y., & Long, P. Tourism Management, 29, 681–694.
Resident support for gambling as a tourism development strategy (2008). Perdue, R., Long, P., & Kang, Y. S. Reprint in Managing Tourism Destinations (ISBN. 978 1 84376 991).
Climate and tourism on the Colorado Plateau (2008, May). Alvord, C., Long, P., Pulwarty, R., & Udall, B. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, May 2008, pp. 673–675.
Strategies in sustainable tourism: Issues and challenges facing resort and gateway communities in the western United States and Canad. (2008). Long, P. Report prepared for Canadian Studies Research Grant.
Resident perception of the impact of limited stakes community-based casino gaming in mature gaming communities> (2008). Kang, S., Lee, C., Yoon, Y. and Long, P. Tourism Management, Vol. 29(4), pp. 681-694.
Environmentally Friendly Tourists: What do we really know about them (2008). Dolnicar, S., Crouch, G. and Long, P. Journal of Sustainable Tourism. Vol. 16(2), pp. 197-210.
Climate and Tourism on the Colorado Platea. (2008). Alvord, C., Long, P., Pulwarty, R. and Udall, B. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society,Vol. 89, Issue 5, pp. 673–675.
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